still waiting on the switches for the tuning board.
Meanwhile, close coupled L1 and L2, gives more reduced current consumption, while still giving a big impulse over L2. L3 on top 15mm distanced, untuned, with a 28W lamp, made it glow orange. This is good... This needs parallel tuning...
then mirror the same setup (another l1 amd l2 bit out of phase) on the other side of the L3 coil.
I realized, that the delta V/ delta T is basically the amount of current, as Steinmetz explained. making delta V big and delta T small, (impulse) is basically creating a current spike.
Current, is an indicator for the magnetic field, but, if the current spikes, the inertia of the (dense) Aether, creates a ring torroid, under the right conditions.
A ring torroid, has polarity, in its turning direction.
the longitudinal pressure needs to be given a direction.
This is done by creating 2 impulses, one pulling and the other pushing, one positive, the other negative.
The L1 has a collapsing magnetic field, creating an impulse over L1, thus it generates pressure.
L2 has the impulse over it, at the same time, and also creates pressure, as the impulse is timed when the magnetic field is zero (V max negative, series resonant). but it has " opposite" pressure
the system is resonant, so the ring toroid grows and shrinks, reverses direction and grows and shrinks again, making one period.
The 2 systems create 2 ring vortices, that are joined into 1, around L3 in the middle.
This is a high precision setup... Tuning is key. not only by L3 capacitance, but also in distance, and equal coils, mass etc...